Woman parking Western Electric Corp's electric car called The Markette in front of a supermarket, Redlands, CA, US

Woman parking a white Western Electric Corp's electric car called The Markette designed especially for housewives, in front of a supermarket and getting out of the car, Redlands, CA, US, 1967. The Markette had a range of 50 miles and topped out at 25 miles per hour. The Markette was built at a former Marketeer golf cart plant in Redlands, California, which was purchased by the Westinghouse Co. in the 1960s to mass produce the little car. According to the company, "Westinghouse built 50 of these vehicles to be used by the public in heavily congested urban areas.
Woman parking a white Western Electric Corp's electric car called The Markette designed especially for housewives, in front of a supermarket and getting out of the car, Redlands, CA, US, 1967. The Markette had a range of 50 miles and topped out at 25 miles per hour. The Markette was built at a former Marketeer golf cart plant in Redlands, California, which was purchased by the Westinghouse Co. in the 1960s to mass produce the little car. According to the company, "Westinghouse built 50 of these vehicles to be used by the public in heavily congested urban areas.
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Editorial #:
1733954889
Collection:
Prelinger Archives
Date created:
01 January, 1967
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Licence type:
Rights-ready
Release info:
Not released. More information
Clip length:
00:00:12:13
Location:
Redlands, CA, United States
Mastered to:
QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) 4K 3840x2160 24p
Source:
Prelinger Archives
Object name:
pa_mode-art_3250_20210806_010